Envivio lands Frost & Sullivan 'Customer Value Enhancement' award

Encoding specialist Envivio, which in July announced a $15 million funding round and said it was experiencing 100 percent year-over-year sales growth as it pushed deeper into the cable market, has been recognized for improving the return on the investment that customers make in its services or products, in this case, its three screen encoding solution.

"Envivio has proven consistently to be a significant contender in a market that has traditionally been dominated by large equipment vendors," said Mukul Krishna, Global Director, Digital Media Practice at Frost & Sullivan, in announcing Customer Value Enhancement award. "Our research shows that Envivio has a unique commitment toward enhancing its products to constantly meet its customers' needs. This has been key to Envivio's success especially as the market continues to evolve. As the media and entertainment market focuses itself on multi-screen video delivery, Envivio has demonstrated a keen focus on enabling service providers to deliver optimal quality of experience to their subscribers across all viewing platforms."

Envivio Three Screen solutions provide the means to deliver and profit from live and on-demand video services for Mobile, PC and SD/HDTV screens, all from a single platform simultaneously, eliminating the need for separate head-ends for each.

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